To members of the MEG community,
Children's Hospital Boston (CHB), Harvard Medical School, is in the process of starting an MEG research program as part of the hospital-wide effort to develop a multimodal neuroimaging center for studying human brain development ranging from the fetus in utero, to prematurely born babies and up to preschool children in hospital setting.
We now have the two following positions we hope to fill immediately.
(1) MEG Systems Technician - management of the hardware and software of the babySQUID prototype initially and eventually a whole-head babySQUID II, assistance in data acquisition and analysis.
Minimum requirement: MS or its equivalent in engineering (biomedical, electrical or computer engineer), excellent command of English (speech and writing).
(2) Research Technician - assistance in day-to-day operation of the MEG facility, assistance in data acquisition and analysis.
Minimum requirement: BS/BA or its equivalent in engineering, excellent command of English (speech and writing) with good people skill
If you are interested in one of these positions, please send me an email. I will forward your email to the CHB's Human Resources which will provide you with the job description and other details of the position.
You will be joining a rapidly growing team of researchers that includes experts in mathematical modeling of the CNS, signal analysis, multimodal integration, experimentation, EEG, MRI including tractography, NIRS, basic and clinical research in neuroscience and perinatology and clinical medicine. Our group will be studying both inpatients and outpatients as well as healthy controls.
Neuroimaging and Brain Development Science Center (Director: Ellen Grant)